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  • The Sentinel
  • The Sentinel
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  • The Sentinel by Troy Denning is the fifth book of The Sundering (series).
  • The Sentinel was intended to be an early issue of Marvel Comics' The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones but went unused. The plot saw Indiana Jones searching a tomb for the Head of Peloptichonku guarded by a two-thousand year old clockwork man. Pin-up art by John Byrne can be found in The Complete Making of Indiana Jones.
  • A popular Toronto newspaper in competition with the Chronicle for readership.
  • By Mike Liberty.
  • The Sentinel is a Character Perk. __NoToC__
  • The academy was shown in Chapter 8.
  • The Sentinel is a type of clothing featured in The Last Stand: Dead Zone. It consists of a white ballistic mask with a blue strip in the middle.
  • The Sentinel is a fellow Bordarian and is Dhwani Bell's main focus in the (in progress) novel, The Border.
  • The Sentinel is a giant statue encountered as part of the Lifting the Vale quest, it is northeast of Bruma and west of Dragonclaw Rock.
  • The plot focuses on a young model who moves into a historic Brookklyn brownstone that has been sectioned into apartments, only to find that its proprietors are excommunicated Catholic priests, and the building is a gateway to to hell. The film was released by Universal Studios in 1977.
  • <default>The Sentinel</default> Type Format Founded Founder Political Position Headquarters First Appearance The Sentinel is Springfield High School's newspaper.
  • The Sentinel is a Myrddraal mob found just outside the gates of Thakan'dar.
  • The Sentinel is a robot created by Volitus. Not much is known about the Sentinel, except that it was a creation of Makuta Volitus. Volitus is most likely using the robot to help search for the Mask of Infinity, but the purpose and wherabouts of the robot are currently unknown. The Sentinel is very strong, intelligent, and determined by nature. It is also run by a DNA-based system within its body. The robot is equipped with strong armor and a variety of weapons. It is able control Protodermis, Plasma, Ice, and Metal. The Sentinel unit is able to fly as well, due to the use of gravity packs.
  • "The Sentinel" is the twentieth episode of the fifth season of Stargate SG-1.
  • "The Sentinel" is the twentieth episode of the fifth season of Stargate SG-1.
  • "The Sentinel" är det tjugonde episoden av femte säsongen av Stargate SG-1.
  • The Sentinel was a short-lived House Robot that was introduced halfway through Series 2 of Robot Wars. Essentially a modified JCB, it first appeared in Heat G as an obstacle in the Gauntlet stage, occupying the left-hand route, and appeared in every heat thereafter except Heat J as well as the Semi-Finals. In the Grand Final and some of the end-of-series Grudge Matches, it also appeared in the arena as an additional hazard, located in a corner of the PPZ and effectively acting as a sixth House Robot.
  • Earthquakes are nothing new in the Aquatic Ruin Zone, and the latest one has dragged up several ruins from the ancient underwater city, including a massive stone statue. The Kintobor Computer has noticed this, and Sonic is keen to check it out. With Johnny and Porker on reconnaissance, Amy taking care of personal business and Tails on another adventure in the Nameless Zone, Sonic takes a Star Post to the Aquatic Ruin alone, and soon comes face to face with the statue (which he thinks is a giant Badnik) and a group of Whisp Badniks. After freeing the Badniks' organic batteries and suggesting that they hide before he takes them home, Sonic is attacked by arrows and falls into the water. Before he can return to the surface, the hedgehog is trapped under falling pillars and unable to reach the
  • The Sentinel (of Glasgow, Scotland) currently works for British-based e-fed 2WWF. He is one of the most mysterious characters the company has ever known. The Sentinel's mind games are legendary, using them as scare tactics on his opponent before, during and after each match.
  • The Sentinel is a Canadian-produced television series that aired on UPN in the United States from 1996 to 1999. The eponymous "Sentinel" is Jim Ellison, a former US Army Ranger who spent 18 months in the Peruvian jungle after his unit was killed. During this time, he developed hyperactive senses that came online five years later, when he was a detective in Cascade PD's Major Crimes Department. When he goes to the hospital to see a doctor, he finds instead Blair Sandburg, an anthropologist from Rainier University who tells him that he's a Sentinel, a person with enhanced senses resembling the powers of a superhero. In ancient tribes, such a Sentinel would be the protector of a village: for Jim, it is Cascade that is the "village" he must guard.
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  • 46
  • >40
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  • Hardcover
  • Mass Market Paperback
Quests
Produktion
  • 520
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  • None
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  • The Sentinel
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  • an-TAHR-is
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Availability
  • Premium Supply Boxes
Birthplace
  • The Border
Creature
  • Elemental
cite
  • Hardcover
  • MMP
Tagline
  • Movie poster by Bill Gold
Genres
  • science fiction, action
Job
  • Makuta servant and hunter
Goals
  • Destroy the Fighters, lose weight, keep his children safe
Starring
Key
  • male
  • fade
  • sentinel
Faction
  • Neutral
Birth Date
  • 1976-01-18
Eyes
  • Blue
mask
  • None
Origin
  • USA
Age
  • 41
Editing
Series
Runtime
  • 5520.0
Status
  • Alive
  • Unknown
Producer
  • Jeffrey Konvitz Michael Winner
Guests
  • Gary Jones as MSgt. Walter Harriman
  • Gary Jones as MSgt. Walter Harriman
  • Colin Lawrence as Major Carl Warren
  • Colin Lawrence as Major Carl Warren
  • David Kopp as Lt. Carl Grogan
  • David Kopp as Lt. Carl Grogan
  • Carrie Anne Fleming as Tee H'eta
  • Carrie Anne Fleming as Tee H'eta
  • Chris Newton as Caretaker
  • Chris Newton as Caretaker
  • Christina Cox as Lt. Kershaw
  • Christina Cox as Lt. Kershaw
  • Frank Cassini as Colonel Sean Grieves
  • Frank Cassini as Colonel Sean Grieves
  • Henry Gibson as Marul
  • Henry Gibson as Marul
  • Shawn Reis as Svarog's Jaffa commander
  • Shawn Reis as Svarog's Jaffa commander
  • Sylvesta Stuart as Jaffa Bugler
First Appearance
  • "Springfield Up"
Game
  • The Last Stand: Dead Zone
Hair
  • Light-brown
Name
  • The Sentinel
  • The Sentinel
Production Company
Type
Cover Artist
Ethnicity
  • Caucasian-Aryan
Airdate
Caption
  • Title screen from the intro sequence to The Sentinel.
  • Cover of The Sentinel.
  • The Sentinel guards the Gauntlet route
Region
Edition
  • Hardcover
  • MMP
rundates
  • --03-20
Language
  • English
Author
near
  • Northeast of Bruma
  • West of Dragonclaw Rock
Detail
  • Impassive and emotionless, cloak unmoved by the cold breeze, the Sentinel has only one purpose. To stand as the Guardian of Thakan'dar. No taller than other Myrddraal, he exudes an aura of cold, lethal confidence.
Aliases
  • The Boss, The Border Holder, The Heartless One
long
  • The Sentinel is here, Guardian of Thakan'dar.
Weight
  • 155.0
  • <240
Preceded By
  • "Menace"
  • The Reaver
  • "Menace"
Production
  • 520
Cinematography
  • Richard C. Kratina
Founder
Pages
  • 352
Height
  • 189.0
  • <80
Title
  • The Sentinel
Company
  • UPN
Weapons
  • Spiked club on a modified JCB arm
Music
Headquarters
Color
  • white
Namn
  • The Sentinel
Format
  • television series
Powers
  • Protodermis, Plasma, Ice, Metal
Gross
  • 4000000.0
Serie
  • Stargate SG-1
Episode
  • 5.200000
  • 520
Occupation
  • Sentinel Position
ID
  • 46769
Family
  • Unknown wife, unknown daughters, unknown son
Released
  • 1977-01-07
  • 2014-04-01
  • October 2014
Tools
  • Plasma cannon, protoblades, thermal night vision camera, laser beams, plasma grenades, gravity packs
Gender
  • Male
  • m
Health
  • 3838
Artist
  • Tamara Perrozzi
Race
  • Stone guardian
RealName
  • Unknown
Rating
  • 6.400000
Publisher
Budget
  • 3700000.0
Writer
Director
Followed By
  • "Meridian"
  • The Herald
  • "Meridian"
Effect
  • +7.5% Suppression Resistance, -7.5% Injury Chance
ISBN
  • 978
  • 786964596
  • 786965436
Creator
  • Tamara Perrozzi
  • Danny Bilson and Paul De Meo
Nationality
  • 22
Location
wikipage disambiguates
skrivare
realm year
  • 1486
föregående
direktör
gäst
  • Gary Jones som MSgt. Walter Harriman
  • Colin Lawrence som Major Carl Warren
  • Carrie Anne Fleming som Tee H'eta
  • Chris Newton som Caretaker
  • Christina Cox som Lt Kershaw
  • David Kopp som Lt Carl Grogan
  • Frank Cassini som Överste Sean Grieves
  • Henry Gibson som Marul
  • Shawn Reis som Svarog's Jaffa befälhavare
efterföljare
episod
  • 5
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  • The Sentinel by Troy Denning is the fifth book of The Sundering (series).
  • The Sentinel was intended to be an early issue of Marvel Comics' The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones but went unused. The plot saw Indiana Jones searching a tomb for the Head of Peloptichonku guarded by a two-thousand year old clockwork man. Pin-up art by John Byrne can be found in The Complete Making of Indiana Jones.
  • A popular Toronto newspaper in competition with the Chronicle for readership.
  • By Mike Liberty.
  • The Sentinel is a Character Perk. __NoToC__
  • The academy was shown in Chapter 8.
  • The Sentinel is a type of clothing featured in The Last Stand: Dead Zone. It consists of a white ballistic mask with a blue strip in the middle.
  • The Sentinel is a Canadian-produced television series that aired on UPN in the United States from 1996 to 1999. The eponymous "Sentinel" is Jim Ellison, a former US Army Ranger who spent 18 months in the Peruvian jungle after his unit was killed. During this time, he developed hyperactive senses that came online five years later, when he was a detective in Cascade PD's Major Crimes Department. When he goes to the hospital to see a doctor, he finds instead Blair Sandburg, an anthropologist from Rainier University who tells him that he's a Sentinel, a person with enhanced senses resembling the powers of a superhero. In ancient tribes, such a Sentinel would be the protector of a village: for Jim, it is Cascade that is the "village" he must guard. Blair has been studying Sentinel mythology for years, but he has never before found a person with all five senses enhanced, a true Sentinel. He helps Jim control his senses, and joins him as a police observer. To the surprise of many people, this unlikely partnership works and together they fight against crime in the streets of Cascade. Jim's hyperactive senses mean he can see beyond what others see, even in the dark, and with more detail; hear sounds that are farther than normal range or too low for anybody else; sense what nobody else can with taste, touch and smell, in short becoming a walking forensic lab. But Jim's powers have a drawback: if he concentrates too strongly in one sense, he could "zone out", a kind of catatonic state. Part of Blair's job is preventing the zone outs. For most of the series, the only other person who knows Jim's secret is his captain and friend, Simon Banks. However, in the last half season, a recurring character, Megan Connor, also learns the truth. Adapted from the Wikipedia article on The Sentinel.
  • The Sentinel is a fellow Bordarian and is Dhwani Bell's main focus in the (in progress) novel, The Border.
  • The Sentinel is a giant statue encountered as part of the Lifting the Vale quest, it is northeast of Bruma and west of Dragonclaw Rock.
  • The plot focuses on a young model who moves into a historic Brookklyn brownstone that has been sectioned into apartments, only to find that its proprietors are excommunicated Catholic priests, and the building is a gateway to to hell. The film was released by Universal Studios in 1977.
  • <default>The Sentinel</default> Type Format Founded Founder Political Position Headquarters First Appearance The Sentinel is Springfield High School's newspaper.
  • Earthquakes are nothing new in the Aquatic Ruin Zone, and the latest one has dragged up several ruins from the ancient underwater city, including a massive stone statue. The Kintobor Computer has noticed this, and Sonic is keen to check it out. With Johnny and Porker on reconnaissance, Amy taking care of personal business and Tails on another adventure in the Nameless Zone, Sonic takes a Star Post to the Aquatic Ruin alone, and soon comes face to face with the statue (which he thinks is a giant Badnik) and a group of Whisp Badniks. After freeing the Badniks' organic batteries and suggesting that they hide before he takes them home, Sonic is attacked by arrows and falls into the water. Before he can return to the surface, the hedgehog is trapped under falling pillars and unable to reach the nearby air bubbles. Suddenly, the statue comes to life and frees Sonic. He thinks it plans to take him to Dr Robotnik, but the statue knows nothing of Robotnik. It introduces itself as a Sentinel, built by the ancient ones to guard the city and having lain dormant for over 2000 years. As the city sank, its masters left Mobius without it, the Sentinel trapped in a tremor. With the city deserted, the Sentinel decides it has no purpose and falls apart there and then, Sonic's pleas for it to stay and help against Robotnik going unnoticed, leaving the annoyed hedgehog to merely stare on the bubbles on the lake's surface.
  • The Sentinel is a Myrddraal mob found just outside the gates of Thakan'dar.
  • The Sentinel is a robot created by Volitus. Not much is known about the Sentinel, except that it was a creation of Makuta Volitus. Volitus is most likely using the robot to help search for the Mask of Infinity, but the purpose and wherabouts of the robot are currently unknown. The Sentinel is very strong, intelligent, and determined by nature. It is also run by a DNA-based system within its body. The robot is equipped with strong armor and a variety of weapons. It is able control Protodermis, Plasma, Ice, and Metal. The Sentinel unit is able to fly as well, due to the use of gravity packs.
  • The Sentinel (of Glasgow, Scotland) currently works for British-based e-fed 2WWF. He is one of the most mysterious characters the company has ever known. The Sentinel's mind games are legendary, using them as scare tactics on his opponent before, during and after each match. Background Information The Sentinel's past is shrouded in mystery. Little is known about this eerie persona, but what is understood is that he is proud of his heritage. He is also rumoured to have been locked up in a mental institution where, coincidentally, his uncle (Manuel Martinez) worked. His experiences there have surely shaped his destiny as a brutal member of the 2WWF roster. He wears the marks of his heritage on his face in the form of facepaint. A Scotland flag on one cheek, and a claret & blue stripe on his other cheek to symbolise his loyalty. He also has a black ankh symbol on his forehead as well as in several places on his attire. It is unknown what this symbol means to The Sentinel. Early Days The Sentinel started working for 2WWF shortly after the first reunion in 2005. He became the first ever 2WWF Television Champion (now known as the Internet Title) shortly after his introduction, winning a mini-tournament to be crowned. The Sentinel remained champion until he was stripped of the title under the "equal opportunities rule" applied by the General Manager. Factions The Death Row faction was formed by The Sentinel and The Monster. It consisted of the most dominating heels on the 2WWF Roster and was unstoppable. The stable disbanded after one and a half years of domination after being defeated by a 2WWF Super Group. During a short-lived face-turn by The Sentinel, he became a member of the HTS group along with Tommy Thunder and El Harvo. This faction found fame by defeating the Heartbreak Boyz in a tag-team cage match. Championship and endings The Sentinel won the 2WWF World Title in a Bloody Massacre match at the 2WWF Pay-Per-View "Massacre". After being defeated, there were rumours of a retirement, which rocked the world of 2WWF. The Sentinel continued despite these rumours until, when it was least expected, he disappeared in the middle of a match with Mikey Heartbreak. It was unknown where The Sentinel had gone. Return The Sentinel made an appearance at a Pay Per View in his hometown before leaving once again. The opportunity arose to form a tag-team (GNA) with ally Harvo. The tag-team then fought at the 3rd annual Hell Games tournament, defeating Nathan Hardy and James Knight in a hardcore-rules tag match. It is now understood The Sentinel is an active member of the 2WWF roster.
  • "The Sentinel" is the twentieth episode of the fifth season of Stargate SG-1.
  • "The Sentinel" is the twentieth episode of the fifth season of Stargate SG-1.
  • "The Sentinel" är det tjugonde episoden av femte säsongen av Stargate SG-1.
  • The Sentinel was a short-lived House Robot that was introduced halfway through Series 2 of Robot Wars. Essentially a modified JCB, it first appeared in Heat G as an obstacle in the Gauntlet stage, occupying the left-hand route, and appeared in every heat thereafter except Heat J as well as the Semi-Finals. In the Grand Final and some of the end-of-series Grudge Matches, it also appeared in the arena as an additional hazard, located in a corner of the PPZ and effectively acting as a sixth House Robot. Because of its status as a Gauntlet 'obstacle' rather than a conventional House Robot, The Sentinel was retired at the end of Series 2, as the Gauntlet stages were dropped for Series 3 onwards.
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